Did you know that with Wikispaces Private Label you can force all your wikis to use SSL or prevent your users from changing their usernames?
Force All Wikis to Use SSL Encryption
As site administrator for your company’s Private Label site, you want to ensure that all of the content on your intranet is secure. You’ve set your site permissions to private and now you want to go that extra step and make sure that all traffic between your computers and our servers is encrypted. You can do this by forcing all wikis on your site to use SSL encryption.
To get started, you need to first enable SSL encryption on your site. You can do this by purchasing a wildcard SSL certificate. For more information, go to “Site Administration,” the “Settings” tab, and then “Advanced Tools,” or send us an e-mail. Once you have SSL set up, return to the “Advanced Tools” page and set “Force SSL” to “Yes.” All traffic between your site and our servers will then automatically be encrypted.
Prevent User Renames
As the Private Label site administrator at your K-12 school, you want to easily manage your thousands of student accounts. This might mean maintaining usernames based on grade level and classroom, and preventing students from renaming their accounts.
You can do this by going to “Site Administration,” the “Settings” tab, and then “Users and Privacy.” Here you simply deselect “Allow User Account Renaming.” With this new setting, only administrators will be able to change usernames on the site.
Try out these features and let us know what you think. And if you ever have suggestions for other security or control features you’d like to see, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.